Country superstar Brad Paisley is dedicating "Me and Jesus," a new song from his upcoming album "Moonshine in the Trunk," to a missionary doctor who contracted Ebola virus in Liberia. Dr. Kent Brantly became sick while he ws working with sick patients as charity work in Liberia. He's since been transported to Atlanta's Emory University Hospital, where he's being treated in an isolated unit. He's officially the first person to enter the United States with Ebola.
It was originally reported that Brantly refused the experimental serum because it was the only one, and there's another American battling the virus. USA Today reveals that Brantly has since taken a dose of the serum and "seems to be improving" according to the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Paisley has used Twitter to reach out to Dr. Kent Brantly. He even ask his 2.8 million followers to pray for the doctor's recovery. But the singer went above and beyond just asking for prayers for Brantly. He also tweeted a preview of his song 'Me and Jesus,' dedicating it to the doctor. "I'm moved by the Christian Dr. Fighting Ebola who gave the serum to his friend. So here's a bonus track. For him,"